Things to Do & Attractions in Vietnam

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100 Egg Mud Baths

The 100 Egg Mud Baths in Nha Trang is a unique place located up in the hills that allows guests to bask in egg­-shaped pods filled with mud. Soaking in ...  Read more

Ambassador’s Pagoda (Chua Quan Su)

Only a handful of Buddhist monks and nuns call this impressive pagoda home, but the former 17th century guesthouse turned religious temple has become the ...  Read more

Ancient House

3 star rating: Worth doing 10 Reviews

Built in the late 20th century and restored in 1999, Ancient House offers visitors to Hanoi a chance to travel back in time and experience what life was like ...  Read more

Ba Be National Park

Established in 1992 as Vietnam’s eighth national park, Ba Be National Park protects nearly 39 square miles (100 square kilometers) of rainforest, lakes, ...  Read more

Bac Ha Market

This sprawling market in the sleepy northern highland town of Bac Ha, is the reason many visit in the first place, but you’ll have to time it right. The ...  Read more

Bach Dang Pier

Bach Dang Pier is located next to the ferry terminal and close to the Renaissance hotel in central Ho Chi Minh City. It’s a popular launching point for boat ...  Read more

Bach Ma National Park

Encompassing more than 154 square miles (400 square kilometers) of an old French hill station, Bach Ma National Park protects one of the most visually ...  Read more

Bai Chay

As the starting point for the majority of cruises, most visitors to Halong Bay pass through Bai Chay and the steady influx of tourists has seen a wealth of ...  Read more

Bai Dinh Temple

Not your average Vietnamese pagoda, the Bai Dinh Temple (Chua Bai Dinh) is actually an almost-three-square-mile complex of temple buildings and gardens ...  Read more

Bai Tu Long Bay

The dramatic karst cliffs and iridescent waters of Bai Tu Long Bay are just as mesmerizing as the neighboring Halong Bay, but the comparative lack of crowds ...  Read more

Bao Quoc Pagoda

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

On Hàm Long hill by the Perfume River in Hue, Bao Quoc Pagoda is a Buddhist temple that dates back to the Nguyen Dynasty, when it was commissioned in ...  Read more

Bat Trang Ceramic

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 9 Reviews

A handful of seemingly sleepy traditional trade villages—most known for their local crafts—dot the scenic hillsides just beyond Hanoi, and Bat Trang Ceramic, ...  Read more

Ben Thanh Market

4.5 star rating: Recommended 290 Reviews

Let the spirit of Ho Chi Minh City lift you up and carry you through this network of colorful bustling activity. Cho Ben Thanh, or Ben Thanh Market, comes ...  Read more

Binh Tay Market

At the heart of Cho Lon, Ho Chi Minh City’s Chinese district, the central Binh Tay Market is a popular spot among visitors and tour groups thanks to the ...  Read more

Bitexco Financial Tower

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

With nearly 70 floors, this towering modern glass and metal structure is the tallest building in Ho Chi Minh City and the third tallest in Vietnam. While the ...  Read more

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